You’ve heard me talk about the upgrades to my home – windows and flooring – and you know that my wife and I take the time to do it right. I found the same approach when I visited Adirondack Home Furniture here in Utica. Owners Peggy and Jim have a huge selection of very high quality furniture for all styles.
I used to think of Adirondack home furniture as rustic “Old Forge Camp” style pieces. You find this at the back of the store, but the majority of the space is filled with modern styles and contemporary furniture for living rooms and bedrooms. Patio furniture, dining sets, and desks are all hardwood, and they have Natuzzi leather sofas and a great selection of recliners.
Their Byler’s Rustic Collection has a 4-foot swing that looks like it’s from another century, and some of the pieces have little secret storage compartments to hide valuables.
More importantly, the personal connection is there; the staff is knowledgeable and friendly. Adirondack Home Furniture is here for the long haul, building on 35 years of business in central New York.
So whether you’re looking for furniture or just looking for a little decorating inspiration, I suggest you stop by 710 Horatio St. in Utica or browse their selection online at adirondackhomefurniture.com.